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Kean Hosts Google Funded Program for Computer Science Teachers

Kean University hosted CS4HS, a 3-day Google-funded professional development program for high school computer science (CS) teachers July 27-29.
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Doctoral Program in Psychology Awarded Seven-Year APA Accreditation

Union, N.J. – The Kean University doctoral program, Psy.D. in Combined School and Clinical Psychology, has received the maximum, seven-year accreditation by the American Psychology Association (APA). The APA Commission on Accreditation is recognized by the U.S.

Kean University Doctoral Program in Psychology Awarded Seven-Year APA Accreditation

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  August 23, 2016      
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Senator Cory Booker Hosts Juvenile Justice Reform Roundtable at Kean

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U.S. Senator Cory Booker Hosts Juvenile Justice Reform Roundtable at Kean University

 
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New Research Expands Information Technology Curriculum

Computer science professor Malcolm Wabara is working this summer to further develop Kean’s online course offerings.

Dine with Presidents of the Past at Liberty Hall Museum at Kean University's Presidential Luncheon Series

UNION, N.J. – Liberty Hall Museum at Kean University kicks off its Presidential Luncheon series by rolling the clock back 200 years to when President James Madison, the Father of the U.S. Constitution, and his wife Dolley occupied the White House.

Kean Stage Announces 2016-17 Performance Season

  Highlights include Patti LuPone, Billy Porter, Jácome Flamenco and Rennie Harris Puremovement  

Longtime Kean University Benefactor Maxine Lane Leaves $1.7 Million Posthumous Gift to the University

UNION, N.J. – Maxine Lane ’78, a longtime friend, advocate and patron of Kean University who died in May at the age of 90 in Phoenix, Arizona, has left her nearly $1.7 million retirement fund to Kean University.

Kean University Awarded $375K Math and Science Partnership Grant from NJDOE

UNION, N.J.